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Circular Economy Quiz

Test your knowledge of the circular economy.

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What is the difference between a circular and linear economy?

Crane

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True of False, kerbside recycling is an important part of the circular economy.

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True or false, recycling packaging conserves natural resources.

Image of woman recycling

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True or false, composting waste is not part of the circular economy.

Image of compost heap and pitchfork

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True or false, A circular economy is good for the environment but not good for the economy.

Image of card transaction

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True or false, if there were no humans, then there would be no landfill.

Worker at landfill site

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Select all examples of natural resources used to produce products

Image of a drought

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True or false, if we make less stuff, there will be less work for people.

Children making or fixing an electronic device

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True or false, in the future we could rent new technology or cars instead of owning them.

Electric car charging

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True or false, the circular economy is just another name for recycling.

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What are some benefits to a circular economy? (select all correct answers)

Pictographic of Linear Economy (represented by a straight line), Recycling Economy (represented by a line with two circles) and Circular economy (represented by a circular line)

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Climate action now sign

Climate Change Quiz

Test your knowledge with our climate change quiz!

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Which of these statements best describes climate change?

Snow on a tree

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Which of these are fossil fuels? (select all correct answers)

Image of energy sources

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Which greenhouse gas is released from landfill sites?

Sky view town and energy plant

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What happens to waste and rubbish specifically in Devon?

Image of a landfill site

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What are the impacts of climate change? (Select all correct answers)Satellite image of the earth

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What actions can you take to reduce your contribution to climate change? (Select all correct answers)

Climate strike sign saying you decide

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Shirts on hangers

Fast Fashion Quiz

What do you know about Clothes, Textiles and Fast Fashion?

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Which plant can't be used to make fabric?

Cotton in a field

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What percentage of the World's carbon emissions come from the textiles and clothing industry?

Picture of chimneys with yellow coloured smoke emerging

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How much water does it take to grow enough cotton for a t-shirt?

Drop of water

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How many tonnes of clothes are wasted globally on average each year?

View of a big yellow machine called a compactor on a landfill site in Plymouth

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What is the most sustainable fabric?

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Spot the odd one out! Which statement is false?

Pile of folded Clothes

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The carbon footprint of all the clothes bought in the UK in 2019 was the same as flying a plane around the world how many times?

Image of a plane in the sky over clouds

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How many miles would you need to drive in a car to release the same amount of carbon as one new t-shirt?

Hand out of a car window on a country road

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How can you reduce your impact on the Earth? (Select all correct answers)

Rails of clothes separated into different womens sizes at a clothes swish at Marpool Primary School

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Picture of turtle about to eat a plastic bag

Plastic and Plastic Pollution Quiz

Science of Materials - Plastic

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Name some properties of plastic...

Screwed up plastic bottle

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How much plastic packaging is recycled in the UK?

Image of plastic bottles

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How many types of plastic polymer are there?

Seven types of polymers

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What are most plastics made from?

Screwed up plastic bottle

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When was synthetic plastic invented?

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How can you reduce the plastic you use at home? (Select all that apply)

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Which of these inventions actually exists as an alternative to plastic packaging?

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What is produced when plastics break down in the environment?

Child's plastic bucket on beach full of plastic litter

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Complete the sentence: Plastics are a problem when discarded at sea because....

Picture of lots of plastic litter along a beach

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Are plastics a renewable or non-renewable resource?

Image of energy sources

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What is the item found most regularly on beach cleans?

Picture of lots of plastic litter along a beach

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Are plastics a problem to wildlife when they end up in the sea?

Picture of turtle about to eat a plastic bag

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Where should your hard plastic packaging go?

Two simple metal dustbins on a patio.

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Choose the reasons why we should recycle.

Satellite image of the earth

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Scrapheap of metal and other materials

Science of Materials: Metals Quiz

This is a quick quiz to test your knowledge of metals and their recycling!

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What materials stick to a magnet? (Select all correct answers)

Horseshoe shaped magnet with north in red and south in blue

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Name some other properties of metals

Pile of gold bars

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What's the name of the place where magnetism was discovered?

Open pit bauxite mining in Guinea

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Where do we get metals from?

The Blue Marble picture is the iconic image of the Earth floating in space taken by astronauts on the Apollo 17 mission to Mars. It remains the best image of Earth taken from space.

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Are metals a renewable or non-renewable resource?

Image of energy sources

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Which kind of your recycling would stick to a magnet?

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Choose the reasons why we should recycle.

Recycling Centre street sign

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How are magnets used in the recycling process?

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Name an object that you would never make out of metal.

Pair of gold rings

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Can you recycle all metals?

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picture showing screwed up paper and a ringbound notepad

Science of Materials: Paper

Test your knowledge of paper in all its forms!

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How much paper do we use in the UK each year?

picture showing screwed up paper and a ringbound notepad

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How many trees does it take to make one tonne of paper?

Tree from bollow

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How many trees are saved by recycling one tonne of paper?

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How much water does it take to make 1 sheet of A4 paper?

Drop of water

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How many times (on average) is paper recycled in Europe?

Image of piles of paper

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Every Christmas we waste enough wrapping paper to cover this many football pitches...

Image of inside football stadium

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What can you do to reduce paper at home?

Image of 3 toilet rolls

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Partially eaten fruit and leftover skins, including banana, apple and oranges.

Science of Materials: Food Waste

Test your knowledge of Food Waste.

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How much of the food produced on the planet is wasted?

Image of mouldy food

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How much food waste do we make in the UK?

Plastic school canteen try being scraped into a bin of food waste

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How much of the food thrown away in the UK each year could have been eaten by humans?

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True or false, pizza can be composted at home.

Pizza and cherry tomatoes

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How much of the world's greenhouse emissions are down to food waste?

Satellite image of the earth

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In the UK how much has the amount of food waste changed since 2007?

Smniling waste collection team from West Devon emptying food waste caddies into a waste collection vehicle

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How much food was redistributed through food waste initiatives in 2020?

Assorted vegetables including onion, different coloured peppers, garlic, leeks and carrots with a large chopping knife

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What do you think is the top food wasted in UK homes?

Fruit peelings and apple cores in a blue food waste bin lined with newspapers

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What can you do to reduce food waste at home?

Partially eaten fruit and leftover skins, including banana, apple and oranges.

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Picture of plastic bag with some clothes folded inside

Science of Materials - Textiles

Test your knowledge on all things textiles.

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What are textiles?

Colourful patterns

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What properties can textiles have? (Select all correct answers)

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Can clothes be recycled?

Green clothing bank

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True or false, textiles can be made of plastic.

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What are most plastics made from?

Screwed up plastic bottle

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How long does a plastic bottle take to biodegrade?

Image of plastic bottles

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Which of these does not get made into fabric?

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What can you do to reduce clothes waste? (Select all correct answers)

Young people holding a pencil made from denim and a piece of denim material

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What can you do to reduce microfibres and microplastics?

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Wine glasses in a row

Science of Materials - Glass

Test your knowledge of glass.

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What is glass made from?

Image of 4 glass bottles

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What properties does glass have?

4 glass beakers from large to small

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True or False, glass is brittle.

Broken glass pane

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What does translucent mean?

Image of 4 jellyfish in dark water

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Is it easy to recycle glass?

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How is glass of different colours separated? (Select all that could apply)

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Can glass be reused?

Glass jar with nails inside and another with pennies inside

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